Education

Three students at San Juan High School will have an opportunity to play their respective sports at the next level after receiving athletic scholarships from three universities. Delaney Palmer signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Western Colorado University in Gunnison, CO, Kian Conway...
Nearly 120 students from across the San Juan School District participated in the annual regional History Day Fair, which was held on February 25 at the Utah State University Blanding campus. “Breaking Barriers” was the theme of the contest this year. There were 80 projects in total, with 27...
Five San Juan County student athletes earned Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) Academic All-state honors for the recently completed winter sports season. At San Juan High School, Sophia Redd was named to the Academic All-state drill team, Madison Palmer was honored in girls basketball...
The efforts of outstanding youth in area communities have been honored with the “Making A Difference” Community Youth Award campaign.  The campaign is the work of a variety of law enforcement, city, county, and federal agencies, along with local businesses. They are all members of the San Juan...
The state tournament wait is finally over for the Whitehorse and Monument Valley basketball teams. They are headed to Richfield, UT for the four-day event which begins with the Round of 16 on Wednesday, February 26. The Monument Valley boys endured the most difficult path to reach this point in the...
When the 2019-2020 basketball season began back in November, both the San Juan High School boys and girls teams had some goals in sight. A common goal for both teams was to achieve something other recent Bronco teams hadn’t – win their state play-in games and advance to the 3A state quarterfinals....
by Bill Boyle San Juan Record Editor The high cost for students to participate in school activities – and fee waivers for students from low income families – is the focus of a major initiative by the San Juan School District. The school board is moving closer to approving “spend plans” for all...
“Operation Save the Koalas/Australia” began early in January of this year after some heartbroken fourth-graders had a conversation on the playground at recess.  They had just heard about the devastating wildfires in Australia and the huge loss of Koalas. They decided instead of just feeling sad,...
We need to talk.   Recent changes in State Administrative Rule (R277-407) regarding School fees went into effect January 1, 2020. These changes are intended to provide more transparency to students and parents regarding school fees.   The Utah State Board of Education website states that beginning...
A total of 24 handmade ornaments made their way from Montezuma Creek to the White House this winter as part of the America Celebrates display, as first reported by Kate Groetzinger of KUER.   The display includes the towering National Christmas Tree and 56 smaller trees representing every U.S....

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